About The Division
The Records Division of the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office is responsible for the recording, maintaining, and retrieving of all official records and documents of incidents reported to and investigated by the San Joaquin County Sheriff’s Office. The Records Division serves as the central processing unit for criminal records and is responsible for releasing information and copies of criminal and custody records to other law enforcement agencies and the public.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are your office hours?
Where are you located?
How do I go about getting a copy of a crime report? What does it cost?
You may obtain a report by coming into the office and filling out a request form or submit a request via mail. The fee for the average report is $47.00. Additional charges may be incurred based on the size of the report. We accept cash, check, money orders, or debit/credit cards with the Visa/Mastercard Logo. The release of reports is based on current law, policy and procedure, and may affect the outcome of your request. For additional information, you may call (209) 468-4408. You will be required to show proper identification prior to the release of a report. Click here to fill out a Public Records Request Form.
How do I put a restraining order on file?
What happens following a restraining order being put on file with your office?
Do I have a warrant?
You may come to the Sheriff's Office Records Division and present current photo identification along with your request for a warrants check or contact your local court.